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Welcome to Station Inn

Address: Station Road, Hexham, NE46 1EZ

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A 2-minute walk from the train, Station Inn in Hexham offers bed and breakfast close to the town centre. With a restaurant and bar, Station Inn serves a full English breakfasts, and rooms have free Wi-Fi and car parking. Each room has an en suite shower. All have a TV with DVD player, hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities. Full English breakfast is cooked to order each morning. There is also cereal, fruit juice and toast. The market town of Hexham is less than 30 minutes’ drive from Hadrian’s Wall, and lies just outside Northumberland’s Kielder Forest Park. Newcastle-upon-Tyne is around 30 minutes away, with Carlisle less than 1 hour to the west.

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Corbridge Roman Site (Hadrian`s Wall) - Northumberland - Landmark

Corbridge Roman Site (Hadrian`s Wall) - Northumberland - Landmark

Distance 2.53 miles (4.06 km)
On the pivotal north side of the Tyne, Corbridge played a vital role in the Roman conquest of northern Britain. The fort dates from AD139, when the Emperor Antoninus Pius once more advanced the Roman frontier into Scotland. On a principal route northwards, it became a busy garrison town. The remains include a fountain house with an aqueduct, a pair of granaries and walled compounds for the military, containing barracks, temples, houses and a headquarters building with a below-ground strongroom. The extensive museum displays a rich selection of Roman finds.Corbridge is part of the Hadrians Wall World Heritage Site. An audio tour is now provided to guide you round the site.

Chesters Roman Fort (Hadrian`s Wall) - Northumberland - Landmark

Chesters Roman Fort (Hadrian`s Wall) - Northumberland - Landmark

Distance 4.18 miles (6.69 km)
Chesters was one of the series of troop bases added to Hadrians Wall soon after it was built C. AD122-123. It is the best preserved example of a Roman cavalry fort in Britain. It seems to have been occupied for nearly three centuries, with several changes of garrison during that time.There is much to see on the ground: the four principal gateways are well preserved, the east and west with short lengths of Hadrians Wall adjoining them. The entire foundation of the headquarters building is visible, with a courtyard, hall, regimental chapel and strongroom clearly laid out.The military bath house is extremely well preserved, with changing room, latrines and bathing rooms, as is the Roman bridge abutment on the bank of the river.

Aydon Castle - Northumberland - Castle

Aydon Castle - Northumberland - Castle

Distance 4.53 miles (7.25 km)
One of the finest examples in England of a 13th-century manor house, Aydon Castle was originally built as an undefended house during a time of unusual peace in the Borders. When this ended it was fortified, but was pillaged and burnt by the Scots in 1315, seized by the English rebels two years later and subjected to much modification. In the 17th century Aydon was converted into a farmhouse, remaining so until 1966.